The weather service has warned of localised flooding and snow fall until Monday.
Good morning. Your morning satellite image (different channels) showing the intense cold front which is expected to make landfall in the South-western Cape tomorrow (Sunday 01 July 2018). pic.twitter.com/JuWkMzfKuR
— SA Weather Service (@SAWeatherServic) June 30, 2018
The cold front will then move to the South Western interior of KwaZulu-Natal on Tuesday, which will bring very cold maximum temperatures of less than ten degrees.
A cold front is also in Gauteng this week – as Forecaster Victoria Nurse says, “We do have a cold front that will move through Gauteng and this will happen on Tuesday into Wednesday. We expect quite a significant drop in temperature, especially minimum temperatures. However, we will still have clear conditions with no rainfall or cold conditions expected.”
Cold front expected over parts of South Africa between 1-3 July 2018. Snow, very cold temperatures, windy and rainy weather expected. Here is the media release. #weathersmart @StormReportSA1 @ReenvalSA @StormReportSa @WaterSheddingWC pic.twitter.com/8pAEUxOho1
— SA Weather Service (@SAWeatherServic) June 28, 2018